Sociological Reflection on Cause of Multipartite Mediation Mechanism

Yunfei GAO

Abstract


Relative to traditional mediation system, multipartite mediation mechanism refers to a kind of resolving system based on the situation that social conflicts and social disputes wide spread in our country. From the view of sociology, this article analyzes multipartite mediation mechanism, which has great significance to realize cause of multipartite mediation mechanism, perfect multipartite mediation mechanism further and pursue social harmony process.


Keywords


Multipartite mediation mechanism; Sociology; Social integration

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5651

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